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Bob’s Family Day Five! (updated)

Top 5 For Family Day!   1. Brantford: Frosty Fest. If you’re looking to embrace the freshly fallen snow and to enjoy a growing winter carnival experience, come on out to Frosty Fest. Here you will find all sorts of

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Happy Family Day Long Weekend!

Top 5 this week!   1. Hamilton: Ace Academy Flight Experience. Check out this exciting interactive exhibit from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. Visitors will have the chance to pilot a First World War biplane using motion sensing technology.

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Artist After 6: Rod Stewart

The Artist After 6: Sir Rod Stewart. He’s in the Lounge at 7. Click the link to see his live performance of “Tonight I’m Yours.” pic:bbc.com and YouTube.

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The Key to Healthy Aging? Moving More! 5 Ways Getting Active Keeps You Young

Adding small doses of physical activity to your daily routine can have a big impact on the aging process. Here’s how the simple act of moving more as an older adult can boost your energy and reduce your risk for

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Foodie Friday: Chicken Cacciatore With Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Wine

Chicken Cacciatore With Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Wine MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN YIELD 4 to 5 servings. TIME 1 hour 45 minutes INGREDIENTS ½ ounce dried mushrooms, like porcini (1/2 cup) 2 tablespoons olive oil Salt and freshly ground pepper 6 to

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This Book Is Overdue By 73 Years

This story in the Washington Post claims 75 year-old Mora Gregg was recently cleaning her Toronto, Canada apartment when she discovered a library book that was 73 years overdue. She returned the children’s book to the Silver Spring, Maryland library.

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Lunchtime Trivia Friday, February 15

Q: When it comes to shopping online, 8 out of 10 Canadians said they have trouble with this.  What is it? A: Knowing whether something is real or counterfeit.   Ie, toys, clothing, video games or software. Toronto, ON – Canadians don’t

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WIN tickets to see Ellen DeGeneres!

Be listening from February 19th-22nd with Ed McMahon, Dave Creelman and Kent Chambers to qualify to see ‘A Conversation with Ellen DeGeneres’ live at the Scotiabank Arena on March 3rd. She will be having 2 shows in Toronto on the

Posted in All Stories, Contests/Promos, Dave Creelman, Ed McMahon, Kent Chambers

The best ways to preserve your Valentine flowers

Those flowers may have looked good on Valentine’s Day, but despite your best efforts, you can’t keep them fresh forever. If you really want to preserve your blooms, you need to remove their moisture with a process like air-drying, pressing,

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow with Lego

It’s the most popular toy in the world, it’s Lego, a line of plastic construction bricks that are manufactured by The Lego Group, a privately held company based in Denmark. The company’s flagship product, Lego, consists of colorful interlocking plastic

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Artist After 6: Jann Arden

Artist After 6: Jann Arden. Hear her in the Lounge at 7pm. Click on the link to see her video for, “Insensitive.”

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Valentine’s Day Survey

Survey: Fewer People Are Celebrating Valentine’s Day, But Those Who Do Are Spending More CBS Local/WCCO) — Americans are expected to spend a record amount on Valentine’s Day this year, despite the fact that a smaller percentage of people are

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Valentine’s Day: Companies that profit the most off love

The National Retail Federation estimates total spending this Valentine’s Day to exceed $20.7 billion, a 6 percent increase over last year’s $19.6 billion. Here are some companies that are expected to see strong sales this Valentine’s Day. (American figures) Flower Companies –Total

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, February 14

Q: One quarter of Canadians experience this daily.  What is it? A: Heartburn Happy Valentines Day Canada, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)  is the most prevalent acid-related disorder.5 Approximately 13% of Canadians suffer from GERD symptoms weekly.5 Almost one quarter of the population

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Gas Up Today. Gas Going Up 7 Cents At Midnight 11 Cents For Diesel

You may want to tank up soon. Gas price analyst Dan McTeague says fuel prices are set to rise tomorrow. On his Twitter feed @GasBuddyDan, McTeague says gas prices will go up 7 cents a litre and diesel fuel 11

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